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The next day St. Louis was Mardi Gras central. On a scale that is what I would imagine 1/10th the debauchery of NOLA, St. Louis did it's best. The police even stopped me because they wanted to know why I was carrying around a box of Cheerios. They clearly aren't used to responsible adults you like to alternate their alcoholic drinks with something other than more alcohol.
Next stop Chi-town.
Spent in St. Louis: $75
Total Spent On Trip: $1150
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... within walking distance of each other. We had a great time meeting new people and eating our way around this neighborhood. Click on the link below and you'll see us!!
- http://dishcrawl.com/blog/18894/ ul>We headed back to Grant's Lodge where two additional rooms were booked. Not as lonely, although we heard but did not see the other occupants.
... at the chance. Turns out it is a Jazz band, they played music from the likes of Count Basey, it was very good indeed. From there we went to the local town (Kirkwood) to a bar where there were 2 guitarists playing covers, they too were very good – was a very enjoyable evening indeed.
I decide today I am going to the History Museum and I certainly wasn’t disappointed, from the stunning architecture of the building ...
... the letter and ended up back downtown, where we had been to start with. We went the same way we had previously and before we got to the bit where the road split we spotted the sign pointing us where we should have gone in the first place. Back on the road to St Louis, a new city in a new state. Hooray!
The drive was about 100 miles and was very pleasant, we saw lots more big trucks and yellow school buses, which I still get excited about. As the city of St Louis loomed ...